Hudson Carnegie District Library

The City of Hudson is fortunate to have a thriving, historic Carnegie Public Library located Downtown at 205 South Market Street.  The library is operated by the Hudson Carnegie Library District. 

 

The library is a faithfully-preserved stone structure dating from 1904, when millionaire philanthropist Andrew Carnegie provided the funds for its construction. 

 

The facility is open Monday through Saturday, and possesses in excess of 60,000 books, including a complete children’s section.  Reading programs and other library-sponsored activities are held year-round. Hudson Carnegie District Library

 

Hudson Carnegie District Library - 205 South Market Street - 517.448.3801

City of

Hudson, Michigan

Small town, big heart